According to a new report, Apple is now allowing developers to add contests, lotteries, or sweepstakes to iPhone and iPod Touch apps, thanks to a new SDK rule.
The tech firms are forming a coalition to educate consumers on the dangers of those nasty hoax e-mails that try to get financial information out of people.
Japanese brewer Sapporo launches a beer it says is made from barley grown on the International Space Station. The 250 winners of a lottery for it will each receive a six-pack.
Japan's Kokoro is offering absurdly vain people the chance to order their own android clone for just $225,000 apiece. Only two bots available, so act now!
Open-source advocate John Mark Walker commemorates the 10th anniversary of the Nasdaq's "most successful" IPO to date, from the perspective of a company coder.
Media-viewing app gets new interface in beta version, but you can't get it yet. The beta will open to all around the time of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Phishing attacks have spiked this year, recent reports show. Here's a primer on what phishing is and how to avoid it.
Cancellation fees, banned Xbox gamertags, and special iPhone app giveaway!
Internet company files suit in New York against unnamed "lottery spammers" who tried to fraudulently obtain sensitive data from Yahoo Mail users, it says.
In the world of the cynical online phishing scam ploy, is pretending to be a Marine stationed in Afghanistan a new low?